The Schulenburg Sticker (Schulenburg, Tex.), Ed. 1 Friday, April 23, 1915 Page: 1 of 2
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THE SCHULENBURG STICKER, SCHULENBURG, TEXAS
Alum In Bread
Mrs. C. C. H. writes: Are
alum baking powders harm-
ful to one having indigestion?
Where can 1 get baking pow-
der that contains no alum ?
1. Thompson says that alum in bread
in large quantities (from baking powder)
is astringent and injurious to the di-
2. Ask your grocer for baking powder
that contains no alum. There are several
standard brands of alum-free baking
—From "How to Keep Well" Column, By Dr.
TV. A. Evans, in Chicago Tribune, Feb. 12,1915. •
Royal Baking Powder"con-
tains no alum or any in-
gredient, that/ is not pure
and wholesome beyond ques-
tion. It is made from cream
of tartar which comes from
ROYAL ^ BAKINGIPOWDER CO •
COURT HOUSE MEWS
Criminal Proceedings April 1915.
State vs. Henry Clark, cutting
and destroying timber; defendant
plead guilty and find $10.
State vs Garfield Burton, aban-
donment of wife and child; tried by
jury and find $25.
State vs Willie Gonzales, ca rry-
ing a pistol; defendant plead gu ilty
and fined 30 days in jail.
State vs George Butler, carry ing
a pistol; defendant plead guilty ^and
fined 30 days in jail.
State vs George Scott aggra- /at ed
assault; defendant plead guil ty to
simple assault and fined $5.00-
State vs Fritz Klaus, swindling-;
cause continued by defend-*nt on
account of absence of witnesses,
Chas. Jebosek and Frank F^orenek;
witness Frank Korenek fir.ed, $5.00.
State vs J M Martiu, assault;
cause continued by defendant on
acount of witness, Joe Bratcher;
witness fined $5.00. , A-ttachment
ordered to issue.
State vs Adolph Beck>er, disturb-
ing the peace; tried by jury and
State vs C E Harris, carrying a
pistol; continued by S tate on ac-
count of witness, SCB iggs.
Estate of Martini Svehla, de-
ceased, last will and testament of
Martin Svehla probated upon testi-
mony of John Biky. Mrs. Mary
Hajek and C E Kesrsl a appointed
executrix and axecut ors, without
bond. W H W heeler *G C Simmons
and Felix INesrsta, a.ppointed ap-
Estate of R F Speed, deceased,
last will of R F Speed, probated
upon testimony of J P Null. Maggie
Speed appointed executrix, with-
out bond, J P Null, Frank Speed
and Ferd Smith r.ppointed apprais-
Estate of Joseph Mikolas, de-
ceased, last wilL of Joseph Mikolas
probated upon testimony C A J
Meyer. Mra, Anna Meyer ap-
pointed executrix, without bond.
John'Kucera, Franz Hrachovy and
John Jurajda appointed appraisers.
Estate ofJFranz Fritsch, deceased,
last will of (Franz Fritsch probated
upon testimony of Gus Gloeckner,
Codicil probated upon testimony of
Stephan Schley. Mrs. Anna Fritsch
appointed executrix, without bond.
J C Helble, F J Piwetz and Franz
Matzel appointed appraisers.
Estate of Ernst L Hengst, 3e- j
ceased, last will of Ernst L Hengst!
probated upon testimony of John
Bruns, as muniment of title.
Estate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
Application to dismiss cause, etc-,
Charlie Toll and wife, twins,
females, April 12, near Warren ton.
Richard Walter and wife, girl,
^larch 3, War da.
Anton Pavlik and wife, boy,
April 8, Fayetteville.
Gustav Loth and wife, girl, April
10, near Freyburg.
Julius Legler and wife,girl, March
John Adamcek and wife, girl,
April 5, near Holman.
Gerhard Adolph Ruscher and
wife, boy, Jan. 10, West Point.
John A Giessel and wife, boy,
April 5, Carmine.
William Burchard,age not known-
near Round Top. .
Mrs. Mary Kubes age, 18 years,
Weimar, route —.
Mary Adamcik, age 53 years, 3
months and 27 days, Holman.
John Krumholz, age 84 years, 2
months and 10 days, Schulenburg.
Frank Barta and Miss Marie
Pedro P Lunda and Miss Delfina
Elmer Campbell and Miss Laura
.Hugo Roitsch and Miss Hulda
Vine Krejci and Miss Bozena
No. 465, O L Lee, Muldoon
No. 466, Emil S Kovar, Fayette-
No. [467, F J Foitik, Flatonia,
No. 468, Dr. R O Perkins, Schul-
No. 469, Wm Janssen, LaGrange.
No. 470, O B Schwenke, Schulen
No. 471, G D Wessels, Ruters-
No. 172, Fritz V Minden( Ruters-
No. 473, G L Haidusek, La
No. 474, Joe -Bordovsky, La
Grange, R 1.
No. 475, Frank Janacek, La
Grange, R 1.
No. 476, F A Nesrsta, Flatonia.
No. 477, Mrs. Emma Wessels,
No. 478, Frank Mares, Engle.
No. 479, Pfite Nordhausen,
No. 480, E H Moss, LaGrange.
No. 471, Lee Adams, LaGrange.
No. 482, Ernst Michalk, La-
No. 488, Hy Stahmer, LaGrange,
Sanitation and Disease Prevention
It has been only a few yeare since
Havana, Cuba, was the hot-bed of
yellow fever. From there and from
Central American ports practically
every one of our yellow fever
epidemics originated. Doctor Gorgas
and his able associates eradicated
this disease and malaria from Ha-
vana and Panama bp exterminating
the mosquito in those places, thus
making possible the construction of
the Panama canal, the greatest
engineering feat of modern times.
Yellow fever, and malaria in its
various forms, arc causcd by minute
microscopic parasites that get into
the blood of human beings and cause
the symptoms of these diseases.
These parasites are transmitted
from one person to another by mos-
quitoes and in no other way. The
female mosquito, when several days
old, lays her eggs in some conven-
ient body of water. Any collection
of water will do for her purpose—
a water puddle, water in old cans
or bottles, roof gutters, cisterns,
barrels, tubs or any other kind or
character of fresh water.
She deposits about fifty eggs at a
laying, which hatch in one, two or
three days into the wiggle-tail or
wiggler. After eight or nine days
these become full grown mosquitoes
ready for business. The female
mosquitoes suck up the blood of
one they bite. If this person has
malaria or yellow fever this mos-
quito becomes infected and after
about twelve days is equipped to
transmit the disease to all persons
she may bite.
Have a box or bag under shelter
into which all cans, bottles and such
things may be placed until they
can be hauled away or otherwise
disposed of. Let this be one of
your main home duties—to provide
such a receptacle and see that it is
Where eggs have been deposited
and wigglers have developed they
can be killed by a coating of kero-
sene—coal oil—on the water. This
oil should be renewed every few
days as i tquickly evaporates.
Flies are found every where—in
the arctic regions as well as in the
temperate and torrid; they are
found in the most desolate isles of
the sea and in our greatest centers
of civilization—all carried by human
agencies. They usually breed in
old heaps of filth, and refuse, especi-
ally about barns and stables.
The mother fly deposits about
one hundreu and twenty eggs. In
twentv-four hours all are hatched.
Were it not for ants, fowls,
and other agencies, the world
would in reality be swarming with
flies; but, owing to these things,
only one-sixth become full grown
flies, this requiring about ten days.
They immediately seek out any
available place of slops, filth, de-
caying or rotting matter of any
By this method they are carriers
of many diseases. Ofttimes we
wonder why the baby has diarrhea,
cholera infantum or dysehtery,
when a little investigation will show
the presence of the fly on the milk
bottle or some other article which
has been used in the preparation of
the baby's food. In the same way
typhoid fever and several other
diseases are t conveyed, not only^to
babies but to older children and
Let us take a look at the various
diseases carried by flies. Facts
have been gathered which show
that one-fourth of all deaths occur
before the child becomes live
years of age and that the greatest
number of these die from diar-
rhoea. The greatest factor in this
large death rate is the feet of
flies. In the slums of New York
where diarrhoea was 'most pre-
valent, flies were found in evary
home with their feet and bodies
literally covered with the germs
that cause diarrhoea.
It is estimated that 95 per cent
of typhoid fever in rural districts
is carried by the fly. It has also
been proven that epidimics of
sore eyes among children, especi-
ally in schools, have been caused
by the fly carrying the disease
frcm one child's eyes to those of
other children. Dr. Green, City
Health Physician of Houston,
says: "A small amount of pow-
dered borax sprinkled daily on
manure piles and garbage will
prevent the breeding of house-
flies. When applied about any of
the breeding places of flies it will
prevent the eggs from hatching
It does not kill the adult fly, but
its thorough use will prevent any
I A|ant to insist that all get
busy lo eradicate the lly and mos-
quito and thus probably save the
life of some dear baby brother or
sister.—Dr. W. E. Kidd, in La
Grange Journal. i
St! MM VEi ti.l'lt UMSG MuOMWMS .TO.
K. OF P.
dr. i, e. clark
dr, li j. peters
DRS.CLARK & PETERS
Pfeysicians and Surgeons
Office at Cemosek's
Pharmacy in Day Time,
at Residence at Night
DR. W. O. LEUDEMANN
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Proetzel Building
Phone at Residence and Office.
Calls answered day and night
Office with E. R. Vogt
Your patronage solicited when in
need of veterinary work.
W ill answer phone day and night
Meets every 1st and 3rd j <
Wednesday night in Their |
Castle Hall. All visiting j
Knights cordially invited to j
attend the meetings of tiie
R. E. Sshaefer, C. C.
SUNSET CAMP 120.W.0.W.
Meets every Is. and 3rd Fri-
day in the- month at the new Hall
Visiting Sovereigns welcome.
John P. Thomas, C. C.
Fred Richter, Clerk.
R. A. Wolters, Banker
Western Star Lodge
I. O. O. F.
each Tuesday night
are cordially invit-
ed to visit us.
Gus Russek, N. G.
John P. Thomas, Secretary.
DR. FRANK KENT
Office SOS Hicks Bldg.
San Antonio, Tcxna
Practice limited to diseases of the
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat,
and Fitting of Glasses.
Weimar, April 21.
Schulenburg, April 22.
LaGrange, April 23.
DR. R. O. PERKINS
Crown and Bridgework
Office on Main St Call.
HARVEY R. CLARK
LaGrange and Schulenburg
Schulenburg office in rear
of Cernosek's Drug Store
Studio at Residence
Your patronage solicited and
will be appreciated. Prices are
the lowest and Goods first-
Prescriptions carefully com-
pounded by an experienced
Pharmacist. Phone 77.
F. A. BEZECNY
Saddles, Jfcarness, Winter jCap
Sftodes. Special Attention
to Jftt 77/ail Orders
Lyons Lodge, No. 195
.1. M-\ « /. .11.
Meets on Friday
on or before
each full moon in
the month. Tran-
sient bretlieren are
cordially invited to
Geo. Vout, W. M.
Fred. Ebeung, Sec
Fayette Tempel Mo. 84.
Regular meeting in K. of P. Hal
the 2 Wednesday afternoon and
the 4 Wednesday afternoon. All
visiting sisters and brothers cordia-
ly invited to attend
Miss Emma Merrem, M. E. C.
Mrs Anna Wolters, M. of R. & C
IVY GROVE NO.
Meets every 1st and 3rd Thurs-
day in the month at noon. All
visiting members are invited to
Lena Brauner, Guardian,
Emma Merrem, Clerk.
Anna Wolter, Banker'
The best car on the
The King Oar " is the Oe&t car for the
Before Buying Investigate Them.
I. E. CLARK
• • - AOKiNT
Lumber, Sash, Doors, Brick;, Lime,
Cement, Hardware, IPaints, Oils,
Furniture and Undertaking.
EMIL A GIEPTNER
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Fresh Cold Beer on Tap
Make this your headquarters
Representing Leading Companies
A .W. BENEKER
In Wirework Building
Painting and Paper hanging,
Auto, Carriage and Sign paint-
ing, Upholstering and Mattress
making* Agents for Artistic
Wallpaper and De-ca-tone Art
Fabrick. Give me a call.
On our Bargain Counter
Our customers can always find a few
bargains in Straw Flats, Shoes, Etc. that
are priced below cost and if your size is
there you get more than your moneys
worth. This is why our stock is bright.
W. D. KEUPER,
Schulenburg Light & Ice Co.
Great REDUCTION in lamps effective
April 1st, 1915. The Celebrated
WESTIN GHOUSE 15-40
Watt Tungstens 2SC each
A Hint to The Houswives
Cut down the high cost of living by using Chef Oil for
your cakes, etc. A pure vegetable product now sell-
ing at 10c per pound or 75c per gallon. Remember
use only half as much oil for baking as butter or lard
with better results and your cakes will keep fresh
much longer and will not get hard and dry if m&de
with Chef Oil.
The Schulenburg Oil Mill
Rail Road Time Card—Sunset
West Bound—San Antonio.
No. 7 due - 3:58 a. m.
No. 9 due 3:57 p. m
No. 8 due 319: p. m.
No. 10 due 2:37 a. m
The Sticker will meet competition
prices on job printing made by any
reliable city printing office and will
guarantee the work. This does not
apply to scab dumps that graft
cash in advance and no come-back •
WHOUESALU DEALER IIN
Celebrated American Standard Keg Bee
Brewed by the American Brewing Association, Houston
We use only "Patent Lock Faucets" on Kegs,
Budweiser, Pilsener and Dixie Pale Beer
Pure Clear Artesian Ice
The First National Bank
Your - Business - Solicited.
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